Lighthouse Winery and Vineyards

7826 Sniders HWY

Walterboro, SC 29488

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Phone: (843) 866-2125

City: Walterboro

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Lighthouse Winery and Vineyards

Lighthouse Winery is a place where you can enjoy a glass of wine and feel relaxed. Stop by and sample their wines and browse their gift shop!

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